This is the quad camera view of 4 HD security cameras connected to a VM-HD4
CCTV multiplexer, also known as a quad video processor. Next, I will switch the
output to single camera view and select each camera one by one. Cameras 1 and 4
are 1080p resolution TVI cameras. Cameras 2 and 3 are 1080p resolution AHD
cameras. This is the other 4 camera view that is available.
This is the picture-in- picture view. This HD multiplexer also has horizontal and
vertical layout options for dual camera views. I am changing the screen view of the
multiplexer using the wireless remote control that is included. Next, I will access
the menu system of the quad using the wireless remote control. On the input
settings screen users can configure each input channel for analog CCTV, AHD or TVI
type security cameras. Cameras based on NTSC or PAL video standards can be used.
On the display settings users can configure the resolution of the HDMI and VGA
monitor output. On the image settings screen users can adjust the brightness,
contrast, saturation and hue of each camera. On the auto sequence settings page
the hold times can be adjusted for each camera. The picture-in- picture settings
control which video channel is used for the main and sub-screen. Here’s how the
VM-HD4 is set up. Up to 4 security cameras are hardwired to it. This is typically
done using Rg59 coax cable. The quad has an HDMI and VGA video output that can
be used to connect to an HD television or computer monitor.
The video output of the quad is controlled using the wireless remote control or the
buttons on the front of the quad itself. Here are some of the main features of the
VM-HD4. It has 4 BNC video inputs. Each of those inputs can accept video from
analog CCTV, AHD and TVI type security cameras. The unit can run in NTSC or PAL
video standard modes. Users can select between 4 camera, 2 camera, single
camera and picture-in- picture views. There’s an HDMI and VGA video output. A
wireless remote control is included with this unit.
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This video was produced by
Mike Haldas, co-founder and managing partner of CCTV Camera Pros. Questions about this video can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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